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Honor's Disguise

Rocky Mountain Legacy #4
Narrated by: Suzanne Niles
Series: Rocky Mountain Legacy, Book 4
Length: 8 hrs and 32 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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Abbie Farrel is just beginning to settle back into living again after the financial crises that have rocked her ranch since her husband's death. With the rugged Cole Jasper back as her foreman, Abbie dares to hope that his laughter and steady hand will bring serenity to the ranch. But trouble comes in the form of two bounty hunters trailing Cole. Captured and beaten near death, Cole is tied to a horse for the journey back to Texas and a trial for his part in the death of a saloon girl. Abbie heads for Texas determined to save Cole from certain death at a hanging trial.
©2002 Kristen Heitzmann (P)2000 Books in Motion

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Thrilling book!

This book shows how much the characters have changed & grown. The narrator was different from the first three books in the series I listen to. Kate Forbes did a better job narrating. However, it was so good but much different then the narrating from the first three books.

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Wonderful book

Love this book. The characters are charming and the story takes you feeling the hope and disappointment of the character’s life during this time in history.
It is also great that it is written with no vulgar language.